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#1 of 43 Museums in Malaga
If you get tired of all the wonderful churches and art museums in Malaga, this is a nice break and well worth the price and the time.
My husband declared it the best of the museums because of the excellent tour led by one of the owners who speaks English.
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#2 of 43 Museums in Malaga
Everything about this museum is outstanding, the attention to detail is amazing, I would go as far as to say it is one of the best, most interesting museums I have ever visited-& I've visited a lot!
Loved also the Museum in Gaziantep Turkey for Culture and Art ... two very different places and Museums: both Top Drawer!
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Leather Museum of Ubrique Ubrique, Spain 43.2 km away
#1 of 2 Museums in Ubrique
This is a fascinating museum which tells the story of the vital part played by artisan leatherwork in the economy and history of this beautiful village.
I came to Ubrique with my wife and we had not much time to visit the Museum.
#3 of 43 Museums in Malaga
The Museo de Málaga is the icing on the cake of this city's wonderful range of museums (ranging from art to artefact, bullfighting to dolls houses).
Malaga is justifiably proud of this fine museum, after a hard fought public campaign to make the Aduana building the home of the fine arts and archaeological museums.
Museo Lara Ronda
#1 of 8 Museums in Ronda
A few carriages you can pose on, a rarity in museums to actually be able to touch let alone climb on displays.
Brilliant museum, especially the wonderfully weird witchcraft collection!
#4 of 43 Museums in Malaga
Having been in Malaga for two weeks, we are very impressed by its public works and museums.
The museum is a private initiatief of the Spanish painter Jorge Rando, housed in a former sisters convent with a beautefull courtyard.The paintings are expresionists and show a large craftmanship and a real involv...
Alcazaba Malaga
#5 of 43 Museums in Malaga
a mixture of castle and museum, interspersed by delightful gardens with pools as well as great views of city.and at its entrance a fine Roman theatre- the Alcazaba is one of the "nust sees" of Malaga
We saw the Picasso Museum, the Cathedral (stunning and enormous), the Roman Amphitheatre (this will give you a sense of your place in history) and the twin castles, initially built by the Romans and perfected by t...
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#6 of 43 Museums in Malaga
This is one of the nicest museums of popular arts and culture that I have been to.
If you are interested in social history and the objects that our ancestors used in their daily lives this museum will be of interest to you .
#7 of 43 Museums in Malaga
The 10 minute film on Pedro de Mena was really informative especially if you've seen some of his works in the cathedral and other museums.
We always enjoy seeking out small museums - and this was a very good one.
#8 of 43 Museums in Malaga
Malaga is so lucky to have so many great art museums - this museum, the Picasso, Carmen Thyssen, Centre Pompidou, Museum of Malaga and the Jorge Rando.
It is a must for the visitor who loves museums and history!
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